Feel Like A Stranger, Jack A Roe, Little Red Rooster, Stagger Lee, Queen Jane Approximately, Loose Lucy, Picasso Moon Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain, Women Are Smarter, Way To Go Home, He's Gone-> Drums-> Space-> The Last Time-> The Days Between-> Around & Around, E: Liberty
Recording Info: SBD -> Master Dat (48k) Transfer Info: Master Dat (Sony R500) -> Behringer UltraMatch SRC 2000 -> SEK'D Prodif Plus -> Samplitude v7.02 Professional -> SHN - Transferred By Charlie Miller
SBD > DAT (48khz) > Sony R500 (master DAT) > Behringer UltraMatch SRC 2000 > SEK'D Prodif Plus > Samplitude v7.02 Professional > SHN
October 26, 2020 Subject:
Sixteenth Days Between
16/41: He's Gone (14:13)->Drumz (20:29)->The Last Time (5:52)->Days Between (10:13)->Around & Around.
Opening of a six-night run at the Garden. Garcia either taking his time getting rolling or somehow lost in the mix. Either way, Stranger finds its way into Shakedown territory getting slinky. Not the best version, though it is the best opener. Otherwise, a fully present Garcia treats us all on Jack-A-Roe and Stagger Lee. Then, an awesome third quarter with the Scarlet-Fire to start. Days Between is devastating. Garcia hits pretty much all the lyrics with the occasional lyrical replacement.
November 27, 2009 Subject:
great scarlet >fire
September 22, 2008 Subject:
Nothin' left to do but smile smile smile
Another excellent show from '93 with that twangy Lightning Bolt guitar sound from Jerry. Well played, creative and relaxed, not sleepy or sloppy. Like Elvis said below this is not a show that will rock your socks off, but it's damn good none the less. I really like the drums and space, very trippy use of midi and He's Gone has some very nice playing by Jerry and Scarlet>Fire>Women is great. The sound quality is very good if not excellent. There is a little bit of weirdness at the beginning. Jerry is absent from Feel Like A Stranger until after the solo section starts but then he kicks in. Technical difficulties I guess. Worth a serious listen and this is coming from a guy whose favorite period is '68 to '74.
August 10, 2007 Subject:
I was side-stage on the loge, about 20 rows back. There was a spotlight shining on a group of individuals (6 or so) in the front row during Days Between. They were all embracing eachother and Jerry was clearly singing directly to them...staring at them for the entire song with the exception of the solo. All this was quite moving, thus forcing me to give the show a 5 star as this is the pefect Days Between.
July 12, 2006 Subject:
this was fantastic. i was with a buddy who hadn't seen the boys since '88. we were one mushed row back from the rail on phil's side and all laughing and smiles during the scarlet->fire. phil lifted our bones and walked them around the garden. my buddy (who also is not a quiet guy), says, "now that wasn't just any scarlet->fire," then turning it loud enough for phil to hear and looking up to the stage, he belts, "that was A SCARLET->FU@#ING->FIRE!" i kid you not, phil looked down and laughed that goofy-toothed grin. everything else was just gravy after that. (grab it, you won't be disappointed).
April 7, 2006 Subject:
Called Scarlet - Fire
Got to the show and discovered that my tickets were 4th row center . . . goes to show you ddon't ever know. Anyhow, in a "modified" state of mind exaclty two weeks before this show, I turned to a buddy and said "they are opening second set with Scarlet-Fire." I even encouraged Jerry (I am not a quiet guy) to play it while they were tuning for set II. When those first familiar notes were played I just smiled - the buddy I told they would open with it looked at me and couldn't believe what I had predicted came true. Sufficed to say, it is one of my more memorable moments of the 18 Boston Garden shows of the 90s.
February 6, 2006 Subject:
Tossed by Boston Security
True story.......Flew in from Chicago with my main touring buddy for the weekend run. After discovering our seats were in the rafters, we made our way to the main floor which during Stranger was quite empty. Within a few songs security made a sweep and cleared all non-ticket holders out, including me. We hung out off to the side and enjoyed the rest of a rather mellow 1st set.
Lights go off for set 2 and when they started Scarlet, I just had to run back down to the floor much to my buddy's chagrin and telling him "Come on, let's go". He didn't and by the time Fire was in full swing I feel a tap on my shoulder and who is it other than the SAME BOUNCER who told me to leave in the 1st set. He calls for back-up and within 5 seconds was being dragged out of the main floor and was tossed out into the cold Boston streets.........Welcome to Boston!
Reviewer:Elvis The King
May 17, 2005 Subject:
Worth the Download
I didn't drive to get to this concert. I just listened to it 12 years after it happened. I made one CD as follows: Stranger, Jack, Queen, Scarlet, Fire, Women, Days, and Around; time 75:51. My review is on these songs which I thought were worthy of my 56 cent Walt-Mart Maxell CD. The sound quality is very good, good separation, Phil is clearly heard.
Great guitar work on Queen Jane and that other guy doesn't screw up the lyrics. I guess Jerry is playing the flute on Scarlet Begonias. That would bring a huge smile to my face, Jerry wailing on a flute. Fire on the Mountain is a 4.8 our of 5. The music is clear and very listenable but does not rock your socks off. Good if you are in a mellow mod. This concert, my CD of it, belongs in my collection of live concerts of 120 CD's, but does not belong in a collection of the 40 best. Because of the greatness of Days Between I am going to be generous and give this a five star rating for those times that you just want to listen and not rock out. Elvis is alive and is talking.
August 11, 2004 Subject:
The Last Time and The Days Between !!!!!!!!!!
July 24, 2004 Subject:
Stranger is sans Jerry. Got a great beat. And nice sound. OHHHHHHHH there he is.
May 31, 2004 Subject:
I drove many hours from the southern tip of New Jersey to see my brother and this show. I was very late, and missed the first set. It's great to finally hear it, as well as a sweet second set I still remember. Good sound quality, too.